Big beats, big hooks and big problems; an art so effortlessly realised by Brooklyn three-piece Wet. Having made waves with singles ‘Dreams’ and ‘You’re The Best’ Wets new self titled EP is here and ready for your ears.
“…understated, considered and beautiful.” – Huw Stephens, BBC Radio 1
“…[there was] something beguiling about the way singer Kelly Zutrau conducted herself. She sounds
like Madonna, circa 'Like A Prayer', which is great because even the way she gawped at everyone
- sullen, sulky, pissed off but still a bit playful - had a touch of Ms Ciccone about it too.” – NME
“Immediate stand-out: Kelly’s vocals. Just flawless, with a clear and beautiful lilting quality that gives her
lyrics their required depth… At times, the desperation in her lyrics is hard to bear.” – Zan Rowe, triple j
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Comprised of Kelly Zutrau, Martin Sulkow and Joe Valle, Wet have been making music together in various outfits since meeting as students in New York in 2006. What began as a long-distance collaboration between Providence, New York, and Los Angeles culminated in breakthrough single of late last year ‘Dreams’ – a track readily added to full rotation on triple j and boasting in excess of 300,000 plays online.
New single ‘You’re The Best’ proves a worthy successor; mastering the delicate balance between slow motion R&B and minimal indie pop. It’s already causing a stir online (420,000+ plays), with its partnering video proving “as sweetly-delivered as the track itself” (This Is Fake DIY)
Bernard Fanning offers up ‘GROW AROUND YOU’ lifted from his latest #1 album Departures. Berneard and his band will be stopping by the Fotty Show AFL Grand Final show on Thursday 26th September for a special televised headline-performance.
Returning in a wall of shimmering synth and hook-laden guitars, Guineafowl delivers a partnering video for new single ‘Little Death (Make It Rain)’ and announces details of a special EP launch night taking over Sydney’s Club 77 on Thursday 10th October
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